
A course designed to introduce to the history of informatics and telecommunications.
The course will present the students with the opportunity of familiarizing themselves with major issues of the history of informatics and telecommunications such asThe analogdigital debate, the emergence and establishment of the softwarehardware demarcation, the permanent software crisis, computer utility initiatives and the advent of personal computing, the transformation of computing from mathematical machine to telecommunications device, the integration of computingtelecommunications into a range of recent and emerging technologies (bio, biomed, nano).

Science Education
Zacharoula Smyrnaiou  Undergraduate 
(A)
Dpt. of Philosoply, Pedagogy and Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Purpose of the course: to sensitize students on issues related to the concepts of education and training, the general purposes of teaching and teaching objectives, learning theories and their value to the educational process, the differences between the classical theories of learning (the behaviorism, constructivism, costructionism , sociocultural theory and the theory of activity), emotional intelligence, application of learning theories in mathematics education through learning scenarios and classroom management.
Also, the nature of scientific concepts, the scientific method, the value of the experiment in the educational process, modeling, newer theoretical approaches and the use of ICT in teaching practice.

Logic Programming
Panagiotis Stamatopoulos, Isambo Karali  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
The course is part of the optional courses of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications Curriculum. It falls in the direction A and is a basic course for the second specialization (Data Management and Knowledge). It is taught in the 6th semester. The teaching of the theoretical part lasts 39 hours and tutorials (show specific programs) 13 hours. Given programming exercises at home solving by students, the degree of which involved 25% of the final mark. The remaining 75% results from the written examination. In the lectures of the course, initially there is a brief introduction to the philosophy of logic programming and then the programming language Prolog presented in detail. They cover issues related to the theory of logic programming, logical programming with constraints, technical implementation logic programming systems and the parallel logic programming. Finally, we discussed the use of logic programming for knowledge representation, expert systems, the deductive databases and application logic programming on issues related to the web.

Surgical Semiotics
Gerasimos Bonatsos, Ioannis Kaklamanos, Konstantinos Birbas  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Faculty of Nursing, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Pathologic Basis of Neoplasia  Pathology I
Andreas C. Lazaris, Efstratios Patsouris  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Faculty of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Definition of neoplasia and analysis of its histologic characteristics with multiple examples.

Otorhinolaryngology
Aristides Athanasiadis – Sismanis, John Seggas, Thanos Bibas, Timos Kyrodimos, Aris Chrysovergis, Vasilis Papanikolaou, Dimitris Kikidis, John Xenellis, Stavros Korres  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Department of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Teaching pedagogy IV
Kostas Chryssafides  Undergraduate 
(A)
Faculty of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Teaching of Calculus
Theodosios Zachariadis  Postgraduate 
(A+)
University of Athens Department of Mathematics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
The course consists of 6 sections. The first section contains general issues relating to the teaching of mathematics and which will then exploited for the teaching of calculus. The second section is an introduction to the Teaching of Calculus and contains general research findings related to learning and teaching of calculus. The last four sections relating to learning and teaching the basic concepts of calculus, that is the limit, continuity, derivative and integral. The trading of these units is not based on some theoretical material but based on specific activities, describing some hypothetical didactic situations related to the negotiated meaning. These activities, students will edit before discussing them in class drawing on their experience and in the literature. Then, during the course, will be a discussion in class for each activity and associated opinions will grow.

Numerical, Analysis
Nikolaos Missirlis  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Informatics and Telecommunications, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
